Sheridan Smith‚Äôs West End play Funny Girl will get a nationwide cinema release.
The musical¬†is based on the life of¬†Broadway¬†star and¬†comedian¬†Fanny Brice.
Smith‚Äôs production originally played at London‚Äôs¬†Menier Chocolate Factory before going on a regional tour.
Now, it has been announced Funny Girl will hit cinemas in October after it was filmed during its final run at The Manchester Palace Theatre.
Smith, 37, said:¬† ‚ÄúFanny Brice was an extraordinary woman who broke the mould for female entertainment, not only that, she was a brilliant comic!
‚ÄúHer lack of vanity and her goofiness made her unique and very special, and the role was an utter joy to play.
‚ÄúI‚Äôm beyond excited to be able to share our production of Funny Girl with audiences across the UK.‚ÄĚ
Smith was joined in the production by performers including¬†Darius Campbell,¬†Nigel Barber and Zoe Ann Bown.
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‚ÄĒ Funny Girl Musical (@FunnyGirl_UK) August 19, 2017
Funny Girl contains music by¬†Jule Styne and lyrics by Bob Merrill.
The original release in 1963 starred¬†¬†Barbra Streisand.
It tells the story of Brice,¬†who rose from the Lower East Side of New York to become one of Broadway‚Äôs biggest stars under producer Florenz Ziegfield.
The musical contains songs such as¬†People, You Are Woman, I Am Man and Don‚Äôt Rain on My Parade.
Funny Girl will hit cinemas nationwide on 24.